Plenty of reds were sad to see Ji-Sung Park leave the club this summer because of his hard-working nature. Whilst he was never the most talented player, he had a brilliant attitude and gave his best in every game. He had a knack of performing and scoring in the big games too.
Park is now the captain at the QPR, who are having a terrible season under Mark Hughes, and former QPR midfielder, Lee Cook, has blamed Park.
“Every time I saw Park at United, he was a workhorse,” he said. “For me, he doesn’t seem to be working as hard as he did there. People I know think a few of them are there for a pay-day. At halfway through the season, you will be able to tell whether this is true or not.”
It’s interesting to note that Park has covered a total of 33.83 miles for QPR so far this season, more than any other player at the club.
There are some players whose attitude to the game you could question, but our Park isn’t one of them. Who the fuck is Lee Cook anyway?
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